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Filled with artifacts and furnishings from a bygone era, the Bernhard House transports visitors to a simpler time.
The museum was built in 1851 as the Traveler’s Rest Hotel, the Bernhard house has been welcoming visitors for over 150 years. The museum is filled with artifacts and furnishings from a bygone era and will transports visitors to a simpler time. The Bernhard Museum also serves as home to the third grade Living History Program.
Located at the corner of Auburn Folsom Road and Fairgate Road.
The Griffith Quarry Museum is housed in the original Penryn Granite Works office, built by Welsh immigrant Griffith Griffith in 1864. It contains some of the original office furniture, information on the Griffith family, the history of the Penryn-Loomis Basin area, and the granite industry.
Their fruit is tree-ripened and picked only when its skin has turned a beautiful orange color—for the freshest, sweetest taste possible.
Farm-grown pumpkins, skeleton on old farm equipment, hayrides, horse rides and check our pigs, chickens, goats and sheep.